It's mostly as flat as the computer screen in front of you with a few rolling hills in the southern part of the state and a few rolling sand dunes bordering Lake Michigan to the north. That's it. The vast middle of the state is a flat computer screen of farmland with a tree every twenty miles or so to break the monotony. (It doesn't.)
Arizona, on the other hand, has something to intrigue everywhere you look. In the northern part of the state are a natural wonder of the world, ancient Native American civilizations, canyons, mountains, lakes, slot canyons, and London Bridge (Really. London Bridge was moved to Lake Havasu City.)
|This is a charming mountain town with bouquets of flowers decorating the town's lampposts.|
In southern Arizona you'll find a ski lift (Mt Lemmon boasts the southernmost skiing in the USA.); Wyatt Earp's Tombstone, the town too tough to die; the old mining town of Bisbee which recently became the only city in Arizona to sanction gay marriage, and Kartchner Caverns, one of the few "living" caves in the world.
So, come on over. Do yourself a favor and visit Arizona. How can you resist a state with towns named Show Low, Snowflake, and Strawberry? And that's just the S's!